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    GWT 1.5.2 - gwt-user.jar errors


    Hi there,

    I have upgraded to GWT 1.5.2 and when running in hosted mode (only mode I tried), I get many gwt-user.jar errors, the first ones are shown below.. Any ideas as to hwy and how to fix these problems?

    Thanks

    [ERROR] Errors in 'jar:file:/D:/GWT/gwt-windows-1.5.2/gwt-user.jar!/com/google/gwt/user/client/ui/InlineLabel.java'
    [ERROR] Line 52: The method detachOnWindowClose(InlineLabel) is undefined for the type RootPanel
    [ERROR] Line 61: The constructor Label(SpanElement) is undefined
    [ERROR] Line 82: The constructor Label(Element) is undefined

    [ERROR] Errors in 'jar:file:/D:/GWT/gwt-windows-1.5.2/gwt-user.jar!/com/google/gwt/user/client/impl/WindowImplIE.java'
    [ERROR] Line 28: The method getHash() of type WindowImplIE must override a superclass method
    [ERROR] Line 39: The method getQueryString() of type WindowImplIE must override a superclass method

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    what version of GXT are you using?

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    1.0.4

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    well, hard to say without seeing the source code...

    BTW, all of the errors are saying code in gwt is the problem, which is kinda unlikely so something with your environment must be wrong (ie is the compiler point to a different version of GWT compared to what you think you've built it against?)

    I can't see what GXT problems exist given the error msg you've posted...??

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    Agreed on the environment...

    just to double check if anyone had seen this before

    Will do some investigation and will let you know.

    Thanks as ever for your prompt help

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    There was an old version on gwt-user in another library I am using in my project...

    Thanks!

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